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Change of role for Hogan at Aegon

Aegon Asset Management managing director Russell Hogan is stepping down to pursue other interests outside fund management such as taking a theology degree. He will relinquish control of AAM some time next year but will stay within the Aegon group to follow a more strategic role. A successor will be announced in the next few weeks. AAM recently poached Standard Life&#39s head of global equities Wendy Hay to be chief investment officer.

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